Road and parking improvements could begin in May at the Salt Lake City International Airport if the City Council approves sale of $31 million in bonds at its weekly meeting April 4.
Sale of the bonds tops the agenda for the meeting, to be held at 6 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 324 S. State St.The bonds will go toward financing a portion of the airport's parking structure and roadway improvements, creating 1,900 parking stalls and improving traffic flow at the flight center, airport officials said.
Airport Director Louis Miller said the bonds will be sold in Utah "to the maximum extent possible."
"I believe the residents of Utah support their airport and buying our bonds will give them a chance to be part of our future," he said.
In other council agenda items, the council will schedule a public hearing on a revised cable TV ordinance designed to improve cable TV service in the area.